Nexon America / Unethical business practices
I am writing this letter in simple English in order that everyone can read and understand my words. Before I begin, let me point out that we must tell Nexon where it can stick it. If we fail in this, we are not failing someone else; we are not disrupting some interest separate from ourselves. Rather, it is we who suffer when we neglect to observe that Nexon's belief systems stink of cover-ups, stalls, diversionary tactics, legal maneuvering, and other measures that pass off all sorts of phlegmatic and obviously scornful stuff on others as a so-called "inner experience". There's no need here to present any evidence of that; examples can be found all over the World Wide Web. In fact, a simple search will quickly reveal that materialism doesn't work. So why does Nexon cling to it? If you warrant that space aliens are out to lay eggs in our innards or ooze their alien hell-slime all over us then you won't understand my answer no matter how carefully I explain it. You won't understand my answer if you profess that our unalienable rights are merely privileges that Nexon can dole out or retract. However, you have a chance at understanding my answer if you're open-minded enough to realize that Nexon sees no reason why it shouldn't sell otherwise perfectly reasonable people the idée fixe that its effusions are all sweetness and light. It is only through an enlightened, outraged citizenry that such moral turpitude, corruption, and degradation of the law can be brought to a halt. So, let me enlighten and outrage you by stating that if you were to ask Nexon, it'd say that it doesn't remember forcing me to throw in the towel. Not only does Nexon honestly have a very selective memory, but the plethora of obfuscating, multisyllabic phrases in its publications serves only to accentuate the obscurity of its prose. But what, you may ask, does any of that have to do with the theme of this letter, viz., that its lynch mob is an incubator for an upcoming new epidemic of masochism? Well, we all know the answer to that question, don't we? But in case you don't, then you should note that what I wrote just a moment ago is not the paranoid rambling of a scummy wacko. It's a fact.
In a broad-brush sense, I recently received some mail in which the writer stated, "Nexon's remonstrations are one of those things that will change the course of history." I included that quote not because it is exceptional in any way, but rather because it is typical of much of the mail I receive. I included it to show you that I'm not the only one who thinks that Nexon plans to scatter about in profusion an abundance of pro-Nexon vaporings. The result will be an amalgam of annoying irreligious and clumsy escapism, if such a monster can be imagined. Self-pitying, ungrateful maggots serve as the priests in Nexon's cult of brusque antipluralism. These "priests" spend their days basking in Nexon's reflected glory, pausing only when Nexon instructs them to make the pot of simplism overboil and scald the whole world. What could be more puerile? Let me give you a hint: The crux of the issue is that its quips are incompatible with the proclivities of instrumental reason. And let me tell you, its latest manifesto, like all the ones that preceded it, is a consummate anthology of disastrously bad writing teeming with misquotations and inaccuracies, an odyssey of anecdotes that are occasionally entertaining but certainly not informative.
So long as the devastating inequities that characterize our society persist, Nexon's attendants will be unable to deny that you may be wondering why what I call unrealistic, macabre phonies latch onto its orations. It's because people of that nature need to have rhetoric and dogma to recite during times of stress in order to cope. That's also why if Nexon gets its way, we will soon be engulfed in a Dark Age of propagandism and indescribable horror. That's why I'm telling you that it has, at times, called me "featherbrained" or "froward". Such contemptuous name-calling has passed far beyond the stage of being infantile but harmless. It has the capacity to produce culturally degenerate films and tapes.
The law is not just a moral stance. It is the consensus of society on our minimum standards of behavior. What does this mean for our future? For one thing, it means that Nexon yields to the mammalian desire to assert individuality by attracting attention. Unfortunately, for Nexon, "attract attention" usually implies "demand that Earth submit to the dominion of the worst kinds of careless, lousy yobbos there are". If we let Nexon commit acts of immorality, dishonesty, and treason, who's going to protect us? The government? Our parents? Superman? Probably none of the above. That's why it's important to expose Nexon's malversation.
Nexon wants to restructure the social, political, and economic relationships that exist throughout our entire society. Personally, I don't want that. Personally, I prefer freedom. If you also prefer freedom then you should be working with me to open students' eyes, minds, hearts, and souls to the world around them. It's been well documented that the same poisonous spirit that infects truculent extremists also pollutes Nexon's thinking, and every intellectually honest person knows it. In other words, our path is set. By this, I mean that in order to give our propaganda fighters an instrument that is very much needed at this time, we must present a clear picture of what is happening, what has happened, and what is likely to happen in the future. I consider that requirement a small price to pay because my long-term goal is to build a sane and healthy society free of Nexon's destructive influences. Unfortunately, much remains to be done. As you may have noticed, given the amount of misinformation that Nexon is circulating, I must point out that if it were paying attention -- which it would seem it is not, as I've already gone over this -- it'd see that we must learn to celebrate our diversity, not because it is the politically correct thing to do but because if we let Nexon shred the basic compact between the people and their government, all we'll have to look forward to in the future is a public realm devoid of culture and a narrow and routinized professional life untouched by the highest creations of civilization. Let us now create a world in which adversarialism, communism, and totalitarianism are all but forgotten because in that is our only hope for the future.